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stand on its own. i have worked with both interim chancellors, special trustee bob pagrela and state chancellor vice harris over the last year and i've kept a close eye on all the progress that has been made. i want to say that good progress was achieved over a short period of time. however, it just wasn't enough. i have full confidence that in the next year with the support of the state and the hard working faculty and staff, city college will make sufficient progress to restore the institution to unsanctioned accreditation status. under the commission's process, city college can and will appeal and the college remains accredited during this time. and the closer plan is paused until the appeal is exhausted. so, now more than ever, we need to accelerate the progress to ensure that the 85,000 students that are currently attending city college will continue to have an affordable place to go to pursue their degree or receive work force training. i have lent expertise of my own city staff, kate howard, ben rosenfield, micky callahan, nadia, [speaker not understood], i want to personally
not be on that polo field. he better be by her side. >>> "first look" at politics. bob franken joins us. >> i love this segway. >> from royal baby to this segment. it's all royal. let's talk about immigration reform. one of the political incentives to get this done is to preserve the hispanic votes. >> we have in the house of representatives a dynamic that's different from the senate and certainly different from the national party n the house, you have people who are elected from districts that have been manipulated to be very noninclusive. that is to say almost a potential a hot bed of intolerance. any number of members, where you have people whose districts don't want them to give any sort of slack whatsoever to immigrants coming into the united states. >> harry reid recently said that he feels sorry for speaker boehner, when it comes to the speaker of house, has he lost control? >> i think the expression, the common egs prxpression is hurti cats. as so often is the case, immigration as we just discussed is a particularly tough and a very, very delicate subject, i should also point out that john
to the two teenage girls killed in that crash. "today in the bay's" bob redell is live in south san francisco with details on the very emotional return. bob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, jon and laura. ntsb investigators headquartered at this south
and address the questions that came up. one of the reasons bob said it's taken ninety days now with it drawn we have an opportunity to go through and validate what's documented is consistent with the assumptions. try to make sure that we do provide a better path at this point in time. >> good morning board members i'm the ceo of -- we're a local small minority business here in the bay view district of san francisco. i'd like to formally thank the board of directors for this opportunity. i believe by supporting the phase one budget how this would effect my business and the community. number one as a disabled business owners this will enable me it's i want to thank the small business program. i personally want to thank really fast director kaplan making us feel like we matter in this process thank you. >> i apologize i've got a conflict so i'm running out so thank you everyone. >> thank you director metcalf. >> it's safe to say we've all come too few so with that let's move forward. thank you. >> good afternoon board. i'll keep my comments very brief. i'm also the cochairperson for the
year intd his leg. >> wha today he was joined by general manager bob myers who talked about their initial meeting with igoudala a few weeks ago owners thought they would have to convince him to come sot: bob myers sot: andre igoudala puig came in second to atlantas fredie freeman. puig not voted to all-star yasiel puig was beat out by freeman - who also beat out hunter pence puig batting.394 with 8 homers and 19 rbi freeman set a record with 19.7 million online hitting their keyboard over and over and over. million votes though mlb wouldn't say how many he, or pence got. so it's freeman, not puig, in the all star game derek jeter comeback was cut short today in the bronx in front of an as the designated hitter after missing the first 91 games with a fractured left ankle - and got an infield ha hit in his first at bat. but jeter was replaced in the 8th inning due to tightness in his quad and an mri was scheduledso he could be out again yankees beat the royals 8-4 nhl star walks away from $77m i guess it's not always new jersey devils star ilya kovalchuk is walking away from
're going to start with a few partners. first bob who's president and ceo of the san francisco chamber and if i'm not imposing too much we have others to the extent we have time >> thank you carl thank you for getting us ail together. first of all, i'd be remissed mr. mayor if i didn't congratulate you on the events coming up. before i get to my question. thank you for your participation particularly entrepreneurs. i want to get you to talk about the education and the world of the united states. what kind of impact if the immigration reform didn't happen what impact will it have >> in the short time the visas the h1 petition we're trying to find a replacement for that person in the united states it's difficult to find people with skills so we might enable them to set up their offices and build a team. >> i was going to say if you guys haven't checked out the start up report they've done things around the world. so everywhere the e go system is growing but if we don't fix the immigration issues then the other pavrts parts of the world like brazil and china and venture capita lifts hav
bob barnard is live with the details. >> the autopsy was performed today but police say more testing is needed to answer the questions haunting investigators and the community. here's d.c. assistant police chief. >> the cause and manner of death are pending. there were no signs of trauma to the body and the medical examiner cannot give an prom mate -- approximate time of death although there was decomposition to the body. >> little michael kingsbury was found dead inside a car in the alley behind his northeast washington home monday evening. more than 30 hours after he went missing sunday morning. >> currents ly this is a death investigation. we're not going to rule out anything at this point. >> d.c. police are not saying how or when they think kingsbury got into his neighbor's car. he says the family looked into it and saw nothing sunday morning. police tell sauce patrol officer also checked out the car around 130 sunday afternoon. >> we subsequently identified three other m.p.d. officers over that about 30 hour period that have told us that they also looked inside the vehicle and
for the president is been a pretty good read after that i will move onto act of congress by bob keyser who looks at how congress does for initial regulatory reform to explain why the things is so broken. he covered in the 1970's the big difference between then and now it is obvious that the real dysfunction and it is supposed to be of good reid i'm not doing this for "the washington post" on purpose but this book that the look at the 2012 campaign so he is looking at that obama knee -- obama versus mitt romney race. the other is called the perilous fight mrs. from a gentleman who took it to your book leaf during the war of 1812 when washington was really under siege and how it changed it is supposed to be a good read. so i can read to were three of those i will be proud of myself the other one is "the great gatsby" because they never read in high school saw the movie and i hope to finish that up as well. >> [applause] take you very much for being here today. but there are far too many people i did not catch
. flood, is virginia's beleaguered governor ultrasound, bob mcdonnell. he's hired emmet t. flood to represent him in the federal and state corruptions that center on governor mcdonnell's acceptance of gifts and cash and merchandise for himself and his family. and you know, it is probably a good thing for governor mcdonnell right now he is colle. but hours later governor mcdonnell's office released documents showing the governor on friday repaid the state nearly $2,400 for said items that his kids charged to the taxpayers that the lawyer said were no big deal. $2,400 of humus, hint of lime chips, toilet paper, body wash and deodorant items." "the roanoke times" has the list as gatorade, paper towels, laundry detergent, cold cuts, microwave foods, chips and energy shakes. from a health food store we're and you know, it is probably a good thing for governor mcdonnell right now he is improving his legal representation since the lawyers he has had working for him are leading to news stories like this. "an attorney for governor bob mcdonnell on monday vigorously defended the governor a
because we don't have a strong presiding officer like the speaker. yet the comedy that bob referred -- the comity that bob referredto is gone. so we're in this weird no man's land where it's very difficult to do anything. that would be bad for the republic and terrible for the senate. >> we will be happy to answer questions. the only thing i ask you wait for the microphone so our viewers around the country can hear your question. if i would identify who you are when you ask the question. i would ask one thing and that is to ask a question please and not make a statement. >> i want to ask these guys what do you think is going to happen? i think bob would have a great perspective on what is actually going to happen on tuesday morning? how does this play out? this presumes that there is no gang that comes out of the monday night discussion. >> unfortunately what i think is going to happen is that senator reid is going to play out this game. and the result i think will be disastrous. >> i agree. >> any questions from the audience? >> the heritage foundation. this is primarily a question
a press conference has just wrapped up on this case. bob barnard is there right now. bob, take it away.e it >> reporter: you are lookinglon at a saifn assistant police chis you might have reported at the top of the show, the autopsy is basically inconclusive, itve, it doesn't tell investigators their cause and the manner of death, but it does say that there were no signs of trauma to michaelto kins bury's body but his body had started to decompose, so hee had been dead a while when they found him.d although they don't know exactly at what time he tied. also, they are not sure if michael was in that car the whole time from the time he wasa reported missing sunday morning around 9:00, 9:30 until he was found yesterday afternoon, a a full 30, or 32 hours later. what they can tell us now, is there were four police officerse who at some point during thatng long search for michael looked inside the car. they never looked inside of the trunk, but they say they for whatever reason they asked the trunk of that car withoutcar opening it, but that four separate officer as early as 1:30 sunday af
. hopefully you can't grant us our license. thank you. >> thank you. commissioners, good afternoon. i'm bob yam gucci with the task force. i have not heard anything new. you have heard several deliberations and a lot of facts and i want to step up here to say that japan town task force continues to urge that you deny this application. thank you. >> thank you. >> any further public comment? seeing none, public comment is closed. >> commissioner moore? >> for those members of the public who spoke in support of paina today. i think we appreciate that there is support all the way through, however, today's agenda item is not to reopen the case and hear the pros an cons but to move hard on what this commission has come up with. there has been almost a year with repeated attempts to come to agreements but it just did not come together. i have to assume with technical advice from acoustical consultants and building experts that this particular situation cannot be fixed in a manner that would indeed allow us to expand the operation with the type of application that is in front of us. i am very cle
of your screen. nbc bay area's bob redell the latest on the cleanup efforts along with the details on that investigation. bob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you you jon. the ntsb released runway 28 l back to the airport. this morning, sfo tells us they are in the process of cleaning seawall and a broken piece of navigational equipment. they are still waiting for the nts about to release that grass area you are looking at now and the wreckage that could happen in the next day or so once it does happen, the airport believe these could have 28 out back open for traffic and another 48 to 72 hours. so possibly by sunday or monday. it's just a matter of removing that airplane, cleaning up any spilled jet fuel and having the faa conduct a test landing to make sure the runway is safe. >> people who were seated in the back had a very different experience with respect to the crash forces and the damage that was in their compartment. the front of the aircraft has been described as undamaged, that they could have you know, if you didn't know this was a crashed airplane, the interi
. >> right now, we continue our coverage on the asiana airlines crash with nbc bay area's bob redell, he is live right near the fuselage of asiana 214. bob this is the closest the media has been allowed to the plane since saturday's crash. >> reporter: good morning to you, marla. standing this close to the wreckage of asiana flight 214 makes you realize just how remarkable it is that so many people survived this horrible accident. you also get a sense of how well built this aircraft was. we have all seen the video of that tail of the plane right over there, clipping you the seawall during the landing last saturday morning and then the plane making that awful turn into the air before slamming down hard into the dirt. and yet through all that violence, this plane did not lose its wings. you can see they are still attached to the fuselage. the front part of the fuselage maintained its tubular shape, you can see did not pancake. the ntsb chairman told us there was hardly any damage to the inside rose and cockpit, looked unscathed, which might explain why the pilot delayed the evacuation by 9
>> rose: welcome to the program. to want, baseball and bob bowman, the man who has made it possible for so many people to watch their favorite teams in action. >> if you think of it from a fans' point of view, what it's done is all the technology that we've done and created and deployed and all that for the person growing up in n milwaukee i'm getting the same high technology, high definition that the person in new york and l.a. is getting so there's been a leveling of the field for all fans. and all the fans are enjoying very good technology, if not the best, hopefully near the best. >> rose: we conclude with christian louboutin, the man who has made the souls of shoes very famous. >> shoe is a very important element for women. first of all it really accentuates and it's very -- it changes the body language, the way the shoe is going to be viewed, the way you're going to walk. so the way you're going to present yourself in a way. and also in general it elevates you so it definitely transforms the body. and it gives you the perception of the body, you know? you have -- you have a ce
. here with bob pisani joining me here on the floor. >> i want to put up the dow industrials just to show you how an impact that prices can have and a movement in the individual dow stock. we lost 30 points in the dow industrials as a result of that boeing announcement. remember, the dow is a price-weighted index so the higher-priced stocks have a bigger influence on them and basically four points in boeing equates to about 30 points in the dow. let's not get into the math on that. can you see it's coming off the lows as well. we were sort of on either side a positive or negative, 3-2 declining to advancing stocks. what worries me more than boeing is what ups was talking about this morning, all the air, freight and logistic sides are to the weak side. they were talking about a slowing u.s. industrial economy. now, a lot of people think that that would be a big capacity and also that customers are looking for cheaper alternatives to ship goods. this is mentioned by american express as well so that's the primary issue. nonetheless, the bottom line, global growth forecastses are n not as goo
. back in a moment. [ male announcer ] at his current pace, bob will retire when he's 153, which would be fine if bob were a vampire. but he's not. ♪ he's an architect with two kids and a mortgage. luckily, he found someone who gave him a fresh perspective on hisortfolio. and with some planning and effort, hopefully bob can retire at a more appropriate age. it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. stuart: nearing a 52 week high. the stock is up 1.5%. charles is going to make us some real money. he has a russian internet company. he likes it. >> i really do. here is the thing, last quarter, i said it because people get worried about putin sometimes, first-quarter revenue is up 36%. they took market share. they took a percent. their advertisers of 26% year over year. the consensus is going through the roof. i think this stock will be a grand slam. stuart: i said it. there are plenty of empty houses in las vegas. very few of them are for sale. here is bob massey. he knows a thing or two about real estate. i thought vegas was ground zero for the housing crash.
to the investigation. we took williams' story to dr. bob bea, a professor of engineering at the university of california, berkeley, and a former chief engineer of shell oil. the white house has asked bea to help analyze the deepwater horizon accident. bea investigated the columbia space shuttle disaster for nasa and the hurricane katrina disaster for the national science foundation. bea's voice never completely recovered from the weeks he spent in the flood in new orleans. but as the white house has found, he's among the nation's best. he's investigated more than 20 offshore rig disasters. >> mr. williams comes forward with these very detailed elements from his viewpoints on a rig. that's a brave and intelligent man. >> what he's saying is very important to this investigation, you believe? >> it is. >> what strikes professor bea is mike williams' description of the blowout preventer. williams says that in a drilling accident four weeks before the explosion, the critical rubber gasket, called an annular, was damaged, and pieces of it started coming out of the well. according to williams, wh
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're basically three different groups. the group that you see with the marco rubio, bob corker, that group, who wants to get anything passed, get it done, get the issue behind them. a group that's never going to support it, thatting th anythino on immigration is amnesty and then the group in the middle a lot did not vote for the senate bill that were in the senate and i think that was a -- that should have been the early warning sign for a lot of people to realize this thing is in a little more trouble than you realize. without that group, it's -- in the house, i would say somewhere between 80 and 120 members, without a good chunk of that group, i don't see how boehner politically feels comfortable doing much on immigration, that includes a path to citizenship. when you see the rhetoric, the permission slips out there, you had this joint op-ed by bill crystal, rich laurie, saying kill the bill but saying you can be pro immigration and against the senate bill, then yesterday which had a little bit of looking like he put his finger in the wind, bobby jindal, governor of louisiana, thinking about
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through a political solution. >> john: we will discuss with two key senators. republican bob corker and democrat jack reed. then, the battle over abortion in texas. >> the people who were here have really been fed up watching what happened by the governor. >> they will resort to mob tactics to force their minority agenda on the people of texas. >> we will talk with governor rick perry about his efforts to pass one of the toughest abortion laws in the land. plus, the delay of a key component of obama care. the employer mandate. we will ask our sunday panel what it means for the president's signature domestic issue. all right now on "fox news sunday." >> john: and hello again from fox news in washington. we will get to the situation in egypt in a moment. first, the latest on that deadly crash landing in san francisco. a national transportation safety board team arrived early this morning to begin its investigation into the crash of asiana flight 214. the boeing 777 slammed into the runway on saturday morning, killing at least two people and injuring dozens more. our adam housely is at
perfecta para bufetes y fiestas al aire libre. para conocerla mejor vamos con bob warden y jenny repko a la cocina de pruebas de nuwave en chicago. >> te puedo preguntar, ¿si odias hervir cosas y el desastre que provocan en la cocina? ¿te molesta cuando se te queman los sandwiches de queso o cuando se te quema el tocino? >> ¿y que tal con el pollo super frito con toda esa grasa, o la avena reseca, o chuletas de puerco quemadas o bistec sobre cocido? >> ¿y que tal si te dijera que podrias tener sandwiches de queso perfectos, tostados a la perfeccion, cocinados parejo siempre que los prepares? >> todo el queso esta fundido ahi, esta delicioso. >> perfectamente fundido, y puedo preparar bisteces perfectamente asados a 350 grados, lo cual me da un termino medio preciso, y lo puedo preparar como sea y nunca se va a quemar. chuletas de cerdo perfectas, y no solamente eso. >> si, tambien salmon, vegetales asados, salchichas. >> que tal si te dijera que cuando frias pollo, estara frito perfectamente a la temperatura de 375 grados... delicado, perfectamente crujiente, nunca crudo ni con demasiad
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is in our l.a. bureau with the story. good morning, linzie. >> reporter: mayor bob filner is apologizing for his behavior toward women. but he never admitted to sexual harassment. now, he says his innocence will be proven. >> i am embarrassed to admit that i failed to fully respect the women who work for me and with me. >> reporter: in this taped message, san diego mayor bob filner says he's sorry for the way he treated women. >> i'm humble to admit i need help. i've begun to work with professionals to change my behavior and my approach. >> reporter: he's clarifying that apology. issuing this statement. i'm confident that a fair and independent investigation will support my innocence, with respect to any charges of sexual harassment. the scandal erupted thursday, with former san diego councilwoman donna frye, said she was speaking on behalf of those too afraid. >> they have told me and they need to know that they are not alone. >> reporter: flanked by lawyers, frye refused to reveal the identities or the number of women. >> when a friend like donna frye is compelled to call for my resign
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in the park are second to none. there is no complex in the world that can touch it. >> i'm here with bob, and he has kindly agreed to tell me everything i need to know about casting. i'm going to suit up and next, we're in the water. >> what any gentleman should do. golden gate angling has free lessons the second saturday of every month. we have equipment show up on the 9:30 on the second saturday of every month and we'll teach them to fly cast. >> ok. we are in the water. >> let me acquaint you with the fly rod. >> nice to meet you. >> this is the lower grip and the upper grip. this is a reel and a fly line. we are going to use the flex of this rod to fling away. exactly as you moved your hands. >> that's it? >> that's it. >> i'm a natural. >> push both arms forward and snap the lower hand into your tummy. push forward. >> i did gave it a try and had great time but i might need some more practice. i met someone else with real fly casting skills. her name is donna and she is an international fly casting champion. >> i have competed in the casting ponds in golden gate park in san francisc
on the town see researching a story in kentucky i fell in love with breakfast at bob evans farm. finding out it was publicly traded back home i visited the midtown manhattan public library with the big lions and devoured everything i could about bob evans farm. magazines with articles, 4-month-old financials and publications with write-ups that allowed me to care b-o-b with other industries. i bought 20 shares. the stock went up immediately on a good quarter and the stock split and i figured out the first component of investing know what you own. like it even. what did i know about growing oranges? who knew about women's fashion? a good plate of scramble and sausages served in an attractive setting the way nice waitress? a company that i found long tradition of good service, nice enough growth plate expand in the midwest? that was for me. next up, standard press steel. sps technologies but the old standard press steel. my hometown made fasteners, screws for airplanes something alcoa now dominates. a buddy of mine from high school told me they were hiring like mad. wanted to know if i was loo
of the people i'm looking at is kris chris -- chris christie, the inside story of the rise to power by bob angle and michael simon, a fun read so far, and takes you back into christie's political assent in nirnlings. before he was the u.s. attorney, he was a freeholder. he was involved in a lot of county politics, and so it takes us behind the story, behind the politician on the magazine covers with president obama in new jersey, and it asks, who is chris christie, told by people who know new jersey politics, a fun read, i recommend it because christie, i think, is a likely contender, and you got to know where he came from and what politics mean ahead of the election. second book on the list by a colleague, kevin d. williamson, wrote a book called "the end is near, and it's going to be awesome: how going broke leaves america richer, happier, and more secure." one reason the book is fun because the fiscal cliffs earlier was a big story covered at "national review," but later this year, there's the debt limit be the story that consumes congress, and williamson looks at the debt from a political pe
cost. i will say this is as bob mentioned a few minutes ago. this is one of those buildings it's large it has about half a dozen well centers. it's not the biggest but the most visible and the most to maintain the quality and refinement. that really underlay our work to a great deal of time. as i mentioned to you before that about or - it responds to the outside super structure and the skin is a floating network. it increase relates to the design of the structure itself. that's been one of the proposals since the time of competition. that secondary structure can be skinned. the glass surface with the impact of the rb a was a difficult thing from a cost point of view. they looked how to including enclose the building. if euphoric on certainty parts of building you'll see a repetition to this pattern. approximately 25 different shapes and have those 90 percent are 8 shapes and those shapes are best tip if i did if i look at the prominently repeating part which is the center part of the panel. now 41 if you look at those you'll say a double line that is the double repeating panel
earnings. how will the quarter shake out? cnbc's own bob fa is asani has details. >> it was a risk day, with major outperformance from transportation stocks and home building stock, material, energy, financials were strong as well. and even though a lot of people are convinced this will be another lackluster quarter for earnings growth, you know the s&p 500 is within roughly 1% of a historic high. now, my take on earnings this quarter is pretty simple. the estimates are for earnings growth of 1 to about 3%. they vary. but the final number invariably is three points higher than the initial number for start of the quarters so earnings are likely to be up 4% to 6%. that's below the historic average. the average is 8% growth. but it's not disaster. what about the flat top line growth everyone is worried ab? i don't like it either. but if we get better economic growth, that's going to change too. now remember, larry, just like nobody believed in the stock market rally for the last years, nobody believes the u.s. economy can stand on its own two feet with the fed behind it but that may be an
's our brand new city c i o (clapping) >> bob ceo of the chamber of commerce replacing steve not here yet and barbara smith interim for housing authority and bryan. sf card who's here >> mr. mayor would you like to give some remarks. >> good afternoon, everyone last me we marked the 107 everyone turned out well, but we had to move our event. we're all using this celebration to remember ourselves how important it is to be ready for disaster management and i want to thank everyone here and everything you do every single day to make sure we're ready and i'll continue to thank you for all this because it's our administration and we care. also, we passed legislation and i want to thank the board of supervisors but we joined in amaze approval of our soft story buildings and it will help we need that update it was time we mandated it but we met point properly owners and the financial institutions and we do did it right additional care for low income tenant to make sure they have a path forward. chief sir, and i, of course, having working close together with all of you watch and witnessing
fellow, bob herbert and joining us from capitol hill is republican congressman, raul labrador. congressman, thanks so much for joining us on a very, very important day. >> great to be on your show, alex. >> congressman, i want to start first with what you have said to the press thus far as far as comprehensive immigration reform. you told the hill today that comprehensive reform, the senate bill, is less likely than it was a month ago. i ask you in this hour, is there any chance that the senate bill can pass the house of representatives? >> there's absolutely no chance that the senate bill passes the house of representatives. it's a good start. there's a lot of good things in the senate bill but we need to make it stronger. we actually believe that we should do a step-by-step approach. i think a comprehensive bill, it's a bad idea. i think you can do a comprehensive approach to immigration where you do a series of bills that together they deal with the issue comprehensively. i think that's what we're trying to do in the house of representatives. >> are you confident that that
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. bob beck who has served on the trans bay project i have the joy to continue working with him on the treasure island development authority so i'm not as sad i just want to thank you very much for your work thus far. >> second. >> thank you. can we please move to item number 8? >> authorizing -- for the structural steel superstructure package increasing the authorized fixed fee. >> thank you. >> if you have any questions brian dikes is here to present the item. >> we already have a motion and a second i'm assuming that there's no questions or comments on this item. can we please open for public comment on this item. >> and no members of the public wanted to address you on that item. >> okay please do come up. >> yes i'm a business manager with iron workers local 377 and i appreciate all your support on this project we want to get started out there a lot of people anxious to get to work. thank you. >> public comment is closed. >> can we take a roll call on this item? >> aye. >> 4 ayes and item 8 is approved. >> thank you can we please move to item number 9. >> agreement number
offs into great prizes. bob diamond is set with your pick four numbers. 3. 6. 8. 5.al ball, 3685 --the maryland lottery, let yourself play. >> ava marie is here to tell us one more time about the weather. >> were showers and storms this afternoon. not everybody will get them stormy for the next couple of days, hopefully friday and saturday driesell. >> thank you for watching. . >>> stacy, looks good, huh? >> all good things come to an end. is that the case for george and stacy? i'm michelle. could it be another man for keebler, or perhaps differing views on starting a family? together again. the relationship sparks fly over the fourth of july weekend. bromance included. >> that's my secret of the day. >> kris jenner on the record. is she finally ready to reveal the first photo of baby north? >> do you get along great with kanye, or is it a process? >> it keeps me going, my family, michael's children. >> as she deals with so much tragedy, our catherine jackson exclusive. a tribute to her son. >> brought tears to my eyes. >> and placing a bet on the royal baby where anything goes. >> is
, yeah. exactly. >> i was going to ask bob, as well. we were talking about the extent to which people are participating in this rally. low stock market ownership by u.s. households, you guys are launching a bunch of new equity funds. what's the challenge? is it getting people to shift from other kinds of products like bonds into the equity market? or is it just interest in equities period? >> i would say both, kelly. we've had interesting equities year-to-date coming out of cash and to some degree from overseas. there's almost no evidence that money's come out of bond and gone into stocks. i still think that's in front of us. i think we'll have a period of good enough economy where earnings are okay, the stock market's okay and rates creep higher. >> don't we have a demographic that wants to draw on that income to some extent. you know where your bond payment's going to be. it's almost a different kind of demand for financial assets. >> when you can get almost half the companies in the s&p 500 with a higher yield than a ten-year treasury, i'm not sure equities are a bad place to get n
investigators beginning the process of milling around. i see a couple heads bobbing around here and there mark matthews spoke with a woman who witnessed the crash. he's live at terminal 3, where is there is a crush of people, trying to make their flights and get out of town. mark? >> reporter: we're at the united gates. this is going to take all night to get sorted out. people keeping arriving at the airport from other flights. they really have no place to go. bob wagner is trying to get to. >> anchorage. >> reporter: for? >> for an alaskan cruise. >> reporter: when does the boat leave? monday at 4:00 p.m. >> reporter: do you have a reservation? >> on a flight? >> reporter: yeah. >> no. we were coming in about 15 minutes after the accident. we actually saw the smoke on the runway when we diverted down to the other airport, i forget, san jose or something, and we got bussed up to here. now we're in this line waiting to see if we can get any flights to anchorage. >> with all your best friends. >> yeah. >> reporter: as far as you can see, i was speaking with a couple women who would flown in from
to get us to the third street. >> bob fisher who is our board president and the partner in this project and dennis wo ng and the trustee of the oversight committee. and january kim, the district six supervisor who has been such a great supporter and partner in this project and then i also would like to introduce special members that we like to serve into the enhanced education programs. the class of third graders from carmichael school here in the neighborhood. >> as a member of the board since 2003 and the board president for the last three years, i am incredibly excited to be able to kick off this ground breaking. on a personal note, kie not be more pleased that our families, art collection has found a home at sfmoma. and i would now like to introduce... thank you. >> i would now like to introduce a partner who has been with us every step of the way in leading this transformation, district six supervisor jane kim. >> thank you, bob. >> i just asked craig if he was looking forward to working on his next non-controversial project here in the city and county of san francisco? >> i always
year's warning label contest, just search bob's organization. that will be there. now, your questions for my guests. bob word john. first from my facebook page. why are there no penalties for filing ridiculous and frivolous suits? daniel spencer says the answer would be the penalty is the loser pays. why such opposition to loser pays? what is the downside? >> there are penalties for filing frivolous lawsuits. john: there never imposed. >> yes, they are. john: almost never. >> every other country in the world as a loser pay system. all the countries we are competing for up with jobs, europe and asia all have that. they have the ability it sued. john: you should know that they look to us. >> no, they look at us and laugh. john: yes, ma'am. >> you mentioned -- john: before you ask your question now want to point out that you are here in your eyes will student. you are here because he won the second prize in the essay contest for "stossel" in the classroom, that is cool contest where you write about freedom. [applause] sheet one at thousand dollars. >> go ahead. >> you mentioned many of y
you. if you want to submit something for nex year's warning label contest, just search bob's organization. that will be there. now, your questions for my guests. bob word john. first frorom my facebook page. why are there no penalties for filing ridiculous and frivolous suits? daniel spencer says the answer uld be the penalty is the loser pays. why such opposition to loser pays? what is the downside? >> there are penalties for filing frivolous lawsuits. john: there never imposed. >> yes, they are. john: almost never. >> every other country in the world as a loser pay system. all the couries we are comping for up with jobs, europe and asia all have that. they have the ability it sued. john: you should know that they look to us. >> no, they look at us and laugh. john: yes, ma'am. >> you mentioned -- john: before you ask your question now want to point out that you are here in your eyes will student. you are here because he won the second prize in the essay contes f "stossel" in the classroom, that is cool contest where you write about freedom. [applause] sheet one at thousand
.in >> new allegationsve facingg virginia governor bob mcdonnell about gifts he received but did not disclose. >> tropical storm chantal is turn churning toward the east coast. tucker? >> warm and humid conditions toc start your day. it's really humid and really warm. we'll talk about your forecast for your wednesday. w we'll look at chantal and juliee has traffic coming up after the break. >> right now tropical storm chantal is nearing land in the caribbean. it's expected to make landfall in the dominican republic and ad haiti today.hait it's in effect for puerto rico,r the cost coast of comin can, haiti and turks and caicos. as much as 80 inches of rain could fall -- 8 inches of rains could fall. >> not more rain.ain >> it's falling apart and likely to become what we call an open wave which basically means it's no longer going be a storm. >> that's good news.s go >> we can say bye bye to chantal soon. >> they can regenerate. if conditions become more favorable it could become better organized. there's indications it might want to be off the coast of o florida by the end of weekend.ee >> it
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and writer sheelie younger. >> wow. yes. >> oh, pretty. >> and next up, the divorced and now single bob. >> just sad, sad, sad. >> last, but not least, our relationship expert and single gal, amy lauren. >> okay, kids. are you ready? here's a facebook question from kate. here's the question. "do guys really get jealous of the relationship their spouse has with their children?" >> yes, absolutely. >> especially if your son is like our son. whoever he's having fun with when the other person shows up, he will put you out of the room. so like they are having a great time. let's join the fun. he's like, i want daddy to leave. and he kicks me out. >> i'm like, okay. >> he's 4. he's at the perfect age to, you know, choose -- to pit us against each other as well. >> so when you guys have that issue, do you really feel jealous when your child gets attention that you're not getting? >> there's jealousy almost over anything that takes his attention away from me. >> and if we're in the mood, we're always jealous of anything that comes along. >> how do you resolve that? >> we kick the kids out and l
talk radio show doc thompson as well. before we get to immigration, bob, you've got something to share with us on obama care? >> house majority leader eric cantor told his colleagues that they are going to try to repeal the individual mandate. they think they can make a real case on the individual mandate because the administration is not trying to stop the employer mandate from being implemented. >> that's incredible. how much money are they going to waste? >> they keep trying to repeal obama care. it's over and over. you can really roll your eyes at it and say it's just political messaging but because there's an employer mandate, they are trying to come up with a political response and their response is to stop the individual mandate and take it up with the senate for a vote. >> i understand that a lot of people don't like the obama care or the individual mandate. the reality is, it's the law of the land, doc. >> absolutely. >> anybody, regardless of what they believe understands this, there's only so many hours in the day. whenever congress is, working on that, they are not working
&p making a two-for-two. this week, in addition to last week's rally. bob has the big hitters for us. bob? >> reporter: not closing at the highs, but not far from it. a nice two-day run. putting up the major sectors today. i want to note the transports were huge today. very rare to see a two-percentage point, essentially, move, a difference between the dow transports and the dow industrials. midcaps did very well. look at the nasdaq. that's a 12-year high for the nasdaq. russell 2000, historic high. the reason for the move up in the transports? well, there was some talk and discussion and some rumors that mr. ackman might be taking a stake in fedex through a new fund he's starting. other stocks in the group, in the transports, like matson, csx, jet blue, all on the upside. and the outlier, the homebuilders, on the upside. my guess is there are some people betting that perhaps the spike in mortgage rates may not have as much of an impact on sales as some people were afraid of. that's still a guess now. that's an unusually big move in the homebuilders today. how about i.t. consulting? we ha
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it on. thank you. >> bob miss cat executive director of local 1021 and the labor council committee representing all of the city employee unions and just to follow up on that we want to thank supervisor farrell for reaching out and having the discussions with us. i will point out that in the past we have supported measures that have increased contributions for city employees and those cases where it made factual sense to do so. we invested heavily in passage of ballot measures that raise our contribution rates because it was a necessary part of the solution. in this case the facts showed it's not necessary. the alternate plan as supervisor farrell and others have developed will solve the problem without increasing cost to public employees and we are appreciative when the solution to a problem like this is fact based and not political because it could have had political implications and supported for all the wrong reasons for a solution not based on facts so we're appreciative of that. we try to take a long-term view what is best for the city's long-term financial health and ali
and built and built over the next six months until he invasion of march 2003. chris: bob woodward, you wrote about the war in a number of books. george w. bush had his finest moment at the site of 9/11 when from the the bullhorn firefighter and said we're going to get back for this. and then his decision to go to war in iraq. >> yes, what truly happened and i think because the theme during this period, are we well led? and that was always pulsing in the background about bush and his high water marc was probably the bombing and invasion of afghanistan because that seemed like it was working. there was a lot of feeling, oh, my god, the war in afghanistan was over and of course, we went even close to that end. chris: let me go to andrew sullivan in london. andrew, welcome to our group. >> thank you. i think looking back 9/11 was the most successful terrorist attack in the history of the world,. it terrorized and traumatized so many of us out of our senses. when you look at what happened in boston and you see they shot a whole city down because an unarmed teenager was in a boat in the backyard,
and we have bob, who's gonna be presenting shortly and we just hired our senior engineer [inaudible]. so we're a small group of people and what we do is in support of the engineering solution for defining the very group of people, we look at solutions, we evaluate and review and provide opportunity for how best to design something at a planning level that when it gets to be part of the work that needs to get beyond that level for implementation and building coalition and support for the project going forward we actually participate more heavily in the actual planning studies for our roll. the goal of this contract is to have each [inaudible] to be an individual contract so the way it will work is that whenever we find a scope of service, for instance, we need eric for being a project manager for ybi, that's one scope of service. but that work, we will negotiate the cost of having him on staff to support the ybi ramp implementation. and he will have that task order under this contract. >> all right. >> similarly, when we have other projects like the full ton interchange or anything like
to go options. i grabbed myself a ka bob sandwich, all kinds of herbs and spices. i'm going to taste this. looking fantastic. one of the best i've had in a long time. you know it's delicious b i have just enough room for dessert, my favorite part. we're behind the scenes right now watching how all the pastries get made. and we've got a whole array of pastries here. honey and nuts and cinnamon, all kinds of great ingredients. this is amazing. here's another yummy pastry made with filo dough. oh, my god. really sweet and similar, it's lighter. this is what i like. we have a lovely row here. looks like a very delicious and exciting surprise. i'm going to bite into it. here we go. um. this is great with armenian coffee. now we're making some incredible armenian coffee. >> we buy our coffee, they have the best coffee. they come from armenia, specially made. and would you like to try it? >> i would like to try. >> would you like sugar or no sugar? >> no sugar today. i'm so excited. really earthy. you can really taste the grain. i think that's what makes it so special. really comes out. i h
to none. there is no complex in the world that can touch it. >> i'm here with bob, and he has kindly agreed to tell me
for the taxpayers and bring kaiser to the table. thank you. >> thank you. next speaker, please. >> bob, chairman of the puc and representative of local 21. i wanted to take a step back for a second and tell you that all of us within the puc and various labor unions are impressed with the work that the hhf staff have done over the last few years ascribed yes, -- described earlier to you. they have come with the interest of the city and with representative of the mayor's office, and unions and hr to form this citywide committee to take a look at this. now we have moved to the area of accountability and transparency. we have all realized that more than a half a billion dollars on expenditure, this is really a subject area that needs more attention than some of the rest of us have been giving it and there is a way to support hhf going forward. it's not like pension or retiree health that we saw with a couple of ballot measures with the hope of the possibility of no extraordinary events that they will long into future solve pension problems. the health care problems is very different. it's going to
it comes to doctor peggy and doctor bob and doctor campbell for your mentor ship and my colleagues and coen and i thank you. (applause) thanks for mayor of san francisco, edwin lee and the board of supervisors these are all people who not only believes in wrap around but put fining behind it and in fact it cost so much in the way of resource to save one person in violate injury but it's the less than the cost of resid victim and so i want to thank aum you have in the name of hope and belief in our communities for allowing us to do this work and continuing and to kaiser meta fund and at&t those who have believed in us and finally, i want to thank my valentine scot lord because everyday is valentine's day with you. thank you. (applause) . . >> our final award will be pretend by the executive vice president of group lead social responsibility union bank.. >> well good morning everyone it's great to be here to see all of you and hear some of these ininspiringing stories from yawn and david and certainly listening to the moving transcribe beauty begin by row chyle and i the privilege of int
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